Student loan fight continues

Investor's Business Daily
June 2012
Investors Business Daily;6/6/2012, pA02
Democrats and Republicans continue to squabble over how to keep the student loan interest rate from doubling to 6.8% on July 1. The issue is how to cover the $6 bil cost. The GOP dropped its push to use a fund set up for preventive health care; one of its new ideas is to boost federal workers' pension contributions. The White House hasn't responded to the new proposals.


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